In 1976, Steve Wozniak and got their start in business by designing the APPLE I.
In 1946, in February, the public got its first glimpse of the .
In 1978, the flexible disk drive and diskette were introduced by Shugart and Associates.
In 1978, Texas Instruments, Inc. introduced a talking learning aid for ages 7 and up.
In 1988, Apple cofounder, Steve Jobs, who left Apple to form his own company, unveiled the computer.
In 1977, the Apple II computer contained a cassette tape with the computer game that produced brilliant color graphics when hooked up to a color television set.
In 1984, Apple Computer launched the , the first successful mouse-driven computer with a graphics user interface introduced during the 1984 Super Bowl.
In 1975, Bill Gates and Paul Allen licensed , as the software language for the Altair.
In 1947, On December 23, Walter Brattain, and John Bardeen successfully tested this point-contact transistor, setting off the semiconductor revolution.
In 1953, at MIT, Jay Forrester installed magnetic core memory on the computer.
In 1954, A silicon-based junction transistor, perfected by Gordon Teal of Texas Instruments Inc., brought the price of this component down to $2.50. The company became a household name when the first incorporated Teal's invention.
In 1961, Fairchild Camera and Instrument Corp. invented the resistor-transistor logic (RTL) product, a set/reset flip-flop and the first integrated circuit available as a chip.
In 1972, Intel invented a microprocessor that could handle both uppercase and lowercase letters, all 10 numerals, marks, and a host of other symbols.